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Phillips Square, Montreal

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2.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Phillips Square is a public square located in downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is named for Thomas Phillips, a building contractor and city councillor who bought the land from fur trader Joseph Frobisher. Phillips died in 1842 and the land the square sits on was donated by his widow to be used as a perpetual memorial to her husband.
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  • This central square of Montreal presents no particular interest. Pay attention to the parking price near $ 4 for 15 minutes.
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  • This square named after who made it have a large statue of Eduardo VII in the middle. The first business of this city were to his around, today still find several important trades.
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  • There is very little in this place: people who work, homeless, squirrels, vendors, ice cream shops not far, etc.
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